Galanthus 'Cambridge' (reginae-olgae subsp)

 Autumn flowering snowdrops are not my favourites. Yes it's novel to see them so early in the year but they are overshadowed by the brighter colours still around at this time of the year. So 'Cambridge' is a lovely fresh snowdrop beside a showy colchicum and huge dinner plate dahlias. Everything has its own season. Perhaps in a pot, on the display bench, it might look better. For the record, 'Cambridge' has slightly textured petals and clumps up well. If snowdrops float your boat in October, there are few nicer than this variety.

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